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Primary Election Results 2018

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United States Senate

Maria Cantwell 55.45%

Susan Hutchison 23.83%

Keith Swank 2.34%

Joey Gibson 2.33%

Dave Bryant 2.05%

Clint R. Tannehill 1.94%

Art Coday 1.63%

Tim Owen 1.49%

Jennifer Gigi Ferguson 1.21%

Thor Amundson 0.58%

Dave Strider 0.4%

Mike Luke 0.7%

GoodSpaceGuy 0.44%

Brad Chase 0.14%

Matthew D. Heines 0.5%

Sam Wright 0.23%

John Orlinski 0.41%

Charlie R. Jackson 0.15%

Alex Tsimerman 0.09%

RC Smith 0.14%

Don L. Rivers 0.7%

Steve Hoffman 0.37%

George H. Kalberer 0.16%

James Robert "Jimmie" Deal 0.22%

Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente 0.35%

Jon Butler 0.13%

Mohammad Said 0.5%

Matt Hawkins 0.79%

Glen R Stockwell 0.78%

Congressional District 4 U.S. Representative

Dan Newhouse 62.33%

Christine Brown 37.67%

Congressional District 5 U.S. Representative

Cathy McMorris Rodgers 47.52%

Lisa Brown 47.09%

Dave Saulibio 2.38%

Jered Gavin Bonneau 2.24%

Kari Olavi Ilonummi 0.77%

Congressional District 8 U.S. Representative

Dino Rossi 43%

Kim Schrier 18.82%

Jason Rittereiser 17.56%

Shannon Hader 12.6%

Jack Hughes-Hageman 2.78%

Gordon Allen Pross 1.34%

Keith Arnold 0.67%

Bill Grassie 0.62%

Todd Mahaffey 0.41%

Tom Cramer 0.94%

Patrick Dillon 0.57%

Richard Travis Reyes 0.67%

Walla Walla County Sheriff

Mark Crider 49.59%

Matthew J. Sroe 39.19%

Tom Cooper 11.22%

Yakima County Sheriff

Robert C. Udell 49.73%

Nolan Wentz 20.42%

Dave Simmons 19.89%

Rick Mottice 9.96%

Yakima County Coroner

Jack B. Hawkins 48.68%

James (Jim) Curtice 29.57%

Dan Williams 21.75%

Benton County Coroner

William "Bill" Leach 54.1%

Jamie Raebel 45.9%

Benton PUD Commissioner Dist. 3 Commissioner Pos. 3

Barry Bush 46.26%

Bob Bertsch 29.75%

Tyson Fellman 23.99%

Yakima County Commissioner District #3

Susan Soto Palmer 26.9%

Norm Childress 19.43%

Summer Derrey 14.58%

Lisa A. Homer 12.43%

Brent Knautz 10.31%

Stephen Changala 9.67%

Jose A. Trevino 6.68%

Legislative District 15 State Representative Pos. 1

Bruce Chandler 65.18%

Jack McEntire 34.82%

Legislative District 15 State Representative Pos. 2

Jeremie Dufault 47.95%

A.J. Cooper 26.72%

David V. Taylor 20.42%

Mario Martinez 4.9%

Selah Park & Rec SRV Area Proposition No. 1 Six-Year Regular Property Tax Levy

Yes 58.64%

No 41.36%

Yakima County Fire District #4 Proposition No. 1 Multiple Year Levy Lid Lift - Permanent

Approved 59.51%

Rejected 40.49%

Benton County Fire District #2 Proposition No. 1: Continuing and replacing an existing tax levy for fire protection

Approved 67.17%

Rejected 32.83%

Benton County Fire District #4 Proposition No. 1: Bonds for land, fire station, vehicles and equipment

Approved 68.48%

Rejected 31.52%

Franklin County Commissioner District 3

Clint Didier 39.28%

Zahra Roach 32.34%

Rick R. Miller 20.07%

Rodney (Dobie) Burns 8.32%

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